27/06/19, Cate Nelson-Shaw
We are delighted to announce the appointment of Bonnie Clarke as our permanent CEO.
Bonnie brings to the role, her passion for working with organisations in Scotland and across the UK and Ireland to create the best possible business and people outcomes. She is an advocate for continued professional development and is committed to building and developing a highly motivated and successful team to serve all those with whom Remarkable works, bringing them exceptional insights and business support.
As CEO, Bonnie will lead the organisation as it works to implement the five-year vision that by 2023, 1 million people will have been helped to become leaders.
Commenting on her appointment, Bonnie said,
“I am truly delighted to be appointed CEO of Remarkable as it is an incredibly exciting time for the business. I have seen how the support, advice, and help we give to those with whom we work makes a difference; and I am looking forward to leading the team to continued future success”.
Charles Quinn, Chair of Remarkable said,
“I am very pleased to appoint Bonnie as the permanent CEO of Remarkable as we diversify our portfolio and extend the reach of our brand across the UK. She has a terrific level of skills and experience to bring to the role and everyone at Remarkable is very much looking forward to working alongside Bonnie to consolidate and grow our business”.
Bonnie takes up this role having been the Interim CEO since the departure of Peter Russian in November 2018.
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